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Study debunks myth that women are lousy drivers

QCOSTARICA - Are men better drivers than women? Many seem to think so, but a famous insurance company got behind the wheel and took on the task of confirming whether this is true or total BS. According to, an independent insurance comparator of insurance...

Bogotá, Medellín and Cali: the cities with the most violations of measures against covid-19

QCOLOMBIA – Since the mandatory isolation began in Colombia, 1,400,387 finess have been imposed throughout the country for failing to comply with the measures decreed by President Iván Duque, the mayors, and governors to contain the spread of covid-19. The sanctions were due to non-compliance...

Transito seized more than 11,000 pairs of license plates from vehicles during the holidays

QCOSTARICA - The Traffic Police (Policia de Transito) registered, up to Monday afternoon, January 4, the seizure of license plates of 11,025 vehicles that did not have the Marchamo and/or Riteve vehicle inspection up to date. This was announced by the director of the Road...

New base salary came into force to set various fines and penalties

QCOSTARICA - This Friday, January 1, 2021, the increase in the base salary of a clerk of the Judicial Power came into force, an amount which is used to calculate a large number of fines and penalties. The official base salary is now ¢462,000 colones...

The Vehicle Restrictions for January

QCOSTARICA - Drivers are reminded that starting today, January 1, that there is a change in the vehicle restrictions and the Marchamo 2021 (circulation) permit sticker should be on the windshield, to avoid fines and possible seizure of license plate and/or vehicle. Marchamo The 2021 Marchamo...

295 Confirmed Cases; Health Orders 8 pm Closing; Higher fines on the way

The Ministry of Health announced that starting Saturday, March 28, all establishments with sanitary permits - that is everything retail, restaurant, businesses that have direct attention to the public- must be closed from 8 pm on the weekends. The Minister of Health, Dr. Daniel Salas,...

Three Month Moratorium On VAT Sanctions

The Ministerio de Hacienda (Treasury) announced on Friday a three-month moratorium on "sanctions, arrears, interest, fines or any other sanctioning provision" regarding the Value Added Tax (VAT). This means, though the new tax regimen goes into effect on Monday, July 1, fines won't be applied...

$550 Fine For Refusing Breathalyzer, More Power To Seize Plates In New Traffic Law Reforms

Q COSTA RICA - With the aim of reducing the carnage on the roads and demand more respect of drivers, Congress has approved reforms to the Ley de Transito (Traffic Law) that calls for the maximum fine of ¢306,850 colones(US$550) for refusing a roadside...


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